The LaTeXML Daemon: Editable Math on the Collaborative Web
Deyan Ginev, Heinrich Stammerjohanns, Bruce R. Miller, Michael Kohlhase
The language of the \TeX/\LaTeX} typesetting system has become all-pervasive in scientific publications and has proven its stability, convenience and expressivity in its three-decade history. With the advent of the Web 2.0 paradigm, it has also become the primary choice of various technical and scientific social platforms, most prominently online encyclopedias (e.g. PlanetMath\citeplanetmath:on}) and question-answer forums (e.g. MathOverflow\cite athOverflow}). On the other hand, the standardization of \mathml} and \om} and the adoption of the former in HTML5, have opened the floodgates for scientific content native to the browser.
Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
, Stammerjohanns, H.
, Miller, B.
and Kohlhase, M.
The LaTeXML Daemon: Editable Math on the Collaborative Web, Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics, Bertinoro, IT, [online], https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-22673-1_25
(Accessed December 4, 2023)